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All reviewshoneymoon cottageinterior designerpanorama routestone cottageoverlooking the mountainsbreakfasts were greatattending a weddingunpaved roadkruger parkuseful informationthe main houseprivate poolwished we had stayed longerself catering kitchenwonderful hostsjumping off pointwe loved our stay
The owners and their team do a fabulous job to welcome you. The view towards The Valley which brings you to Blyde River Canyon is stunning. The rooms are pretty, spacious and wonderful down to every little detail. The bathroom was very clean - like...More
THis is a beautiful B&B made special by the owners Dawne & Rob and their staff....they will go out of their way to make sure you have a great time in the area....and by the end of your stay you will feel like part of...More
We only stayed here for 1 night, but spent the whole time telling each other we wished we had stayed longer. The hosts are incredibly friendly and helpful, and the cabin we stayed in was spacious and very comfortable. Great bed!
It is also well...More
We stayed at Ashbourne for three nights in November 2017. We had the Balcony room, which is huge and lovely decorated. Generally, the whole estate has been lovely decorated, everything works well together and you feel at home and at ease the minute you arrive...More
We loved our stay at Ashbourne - our family of four stayed in the family cottage and added breakfast to our stay. A wonderful breakfast! It is also obvious that someone (Dawne) used to work as an interior designer - the cottage and the main...More
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SimonRHalifax hit the nail on the head. I would add that the Lowveld offers more than just Kruger (which gets a bit boring after the 1000th or so rooibok). Checking with Rob or Dawne at Ashbourne is a good idea. There are... More
SimonRHalifax hit the nail on the head. I would add that the Lowveld offers more than just Kruger (which gets a bit boring after the 1000th or so rooibok). Checking with Rob or Dawne at Ashbourne is a good idea. There are many unexplored / unheralded but interesting things to do and see besides animals. Go wild yourself with the ability to change plans, so drive yourself after you've learnt to avoid the potholes.